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  • What is the state of clean air and water in Baltimore? Host Charles Robinson interviews several experts on this topic to see how Baltimore can achieve clean air and water.
  • With Thanksgiving looming large this week, I thought that we might try to come up with an alternative menu that would take advantage of local food that is currently available in the market. Our co-host doesn't really care for a turkey dinner, so to honor Chef Jerry Pellegrino, I've put together an Autumn menu for this week's big feast that features four courses.
  • Tony and Chef Cindy get expert help on wine pairings for turkey and share more tips and tricks to take your meal to the next level.
  • The Reports: Week of November 8th
  • The Reports: Week of November 1st
  • Everyone knows the Bordeaux regions of Médoc, St. Emilion and Pomerol. But there are 62 other appellations there, many of which are producing super values.
  • I've read that there is one thing that all societies have in common when it comes to food: if you have any kind of flour available in your kitchen, you make some sort of a dumpling. And Chef Jerry Pellegrino has been pondering these tempting little bundles of goodness.
  • Having turkey trouble? In need of a strategy for the stuffing or some wine wisdom? We go live to answer your question and hear your success stories.
  • There's more to Spanish reds than those two most favored grapes. Hugh picks out some examples.
  • With Thanksgiving just a couple of days off, we thought we'd give you some ideas for last minute desserts. You might want to serve something that is right at hand, easy to prepare and sure to please. And as Chef Jerry Pellegrino would suggest, one dish that fills all those criteria is baked apples.